Tioga Pass Resort
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Krone Pfullendorf
Travel Blogs from Lee Vining
... terminal were stalls and restaurants serving organic and fresh produce.
We bought some freshly pressed strawberry and lime juice, some cappuccinos and sat up at the Creamery café and had some delicious melted cheese on toast and Isabel had her favorite fresh strawberries.
It was great. Not quite as good as Granville Island but still a great way to have breakfast!
As we were staying in a Yosemite lodging that night, we ...
... talks and transportation. We were told that we were in luck. The lower falls doesn't usually run this time of year but due to recent thunderstorms in the area there was a lot of water. We headed there on a 40 minute hike. Matthew started filling his trash bag. On the way to the trailhead we saw a lot of Monarch Butterflies fluttering around milkweed. Irene decided against the hike, instead opting to take a loop around the valley in the shuttle bus. The walk ...
... as as we set off back to the hotel a thunderstorm started bringing torrential rain. It took a long time to drive back to the hotel as everyone seemed to leave at the same time.
The storm continued for most of the evening. We eat in the hotel which is busy so we finish our USA States game while we wait for a table!
The day ends with a few rounds of cards with Gill winning 3 games therefore putting Chris in the running for buying dinner on the last ...
... Bell - a new experience for us all and very nice and cliche American! This was a brief affair as needed to press on. We quickly realised that we've eaten more Mexican than American so far here, but we all like it a lot. Sprawling country side once we left the freeway. Straight roads going on for miles. Mountains rising in the distance. Today was definitely a mixture of rapidly changing scenery. Our first stop was Mariposa Grove, we weren't really sure what we were going ...
Ghost town. That was a little nerve wracking. It's windy and high and
the road becomes gravel for the last 3 miles so I felt like the RV
was going to slide right over the side. Good thing Ben is an
excellent driver and I went to lie down so I couldn't see anything!
But when we got there it was worth the
drive. Known as one of the most lawless places on earth in it's day,
the town was formed for ...